Crawford & allied families (Brent, Curd, Dugan, Kindrick, Perkins, etc.), 1540-1971

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Statementby Andrew J. Crawford.
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LC ClassificationsCS71.C899 1972
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Paginationiv, 189 p.
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Open LibraryOL5452103M
LC Control Number73154171

Crawford and allied families: (Brent, Curd, Dugan, Kindrick, Perkins, etc.) by Crawford, Andrew J. (Andrew Jackson), Topics Crawford family, Brent family, Curd family, Dugan Digitizing sponsor Family Search Contributor Family History Library Language English. Notes. this book has tight margins and irregular page numbering.

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Whitten and allied families by Whitten, William Marion. Publication date Topics Whitten family, Crawford family, Crosland family Publisher Wichita, Kan.: Eunice Sterling Chapter, D.A.R.

Collection Photocopied book. Faint text, photos or graphics. Tight or no : Additional Physical Format: Online version: Roberts, Eunice Byram, Byram-Crawford and allied families genealogy.

Wichita Falls, Tex.: Nortex Press, Crawford Family Genealogy Books I would like to ask a favor from you folks, if you run across a copy of one the books listed below, would you take a moment and let us know where you found your copy.

It would be helpful for researchers to know if a book is still available or not. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Crawford, Andrew J., Crawford & allied families (Brent, Curd, Dugan, Kindrick, Perkins, etc.), The Swedish Noble family Roos af Hjelmsäter (Roos in America) was introduced to House of Nobles in in Stockholm, Sweden.

Earliest recorded ancestor in this book was born in Author's grandfather, Bo Christian Roos af Hjelmsäter () (Robert Christian Roos in America), was born in Bergshamra, Sweden to Johan Christian Roos and Anna Sofia Blomqvist.

Similar Items. Crawford families of Pennsylvania ; The Crawford family of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania ; The Crawfords from Venango County, Pennsylvania Author: Crawford, Richard E.

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Published: () ; Anderson-Crawford generalogy and allied lines Author: Fanning, Gertrude Anderson, Published: (). Genealogy of the Witherspoon Family: With Some Account of Other Families With Which It Is Connected (Yorkville, SC: Printed at the Enquirer Office, ), ed.

by Jos. Wardlaw (page images at HathiTrust) The Vawter family in America, with the allied families of Branham, Wise, Stribling, Crawford, Lewis, Glover, Moncrief, by Grace Vawter Bicknell. The earliest known ancestor, John R.

Rollins (), migrated from North Carolina intraveling in an oxcart and settled in what was then known as Campbell Co., Georgia.

From there he moved to Paulding County, and two years later moved to Murray County, Georgia. He was married twice. His first wife died ca.

in North Carolina after their seventh child was born. Crawford Family Records - ALS Genealogy Books Home – Surnames – States & Counties – Other Genealogy – Rare Non–Genealogy – Links. The book, "Crawford Family Records - An Account of the First American Settlers and Colonial Families of the Name of Crawford, and Other Genealogical and Historical Data, Mostly New and Original Material Including Early Wills and Marriages Heretofore.

John Crawford is not among those named. The earliest records reference David Crawford. The Anderson book on the Lewis/Meriwether families gives a date of death for John as 13 Decwithout any reference to the origin of this fact.

If John Crawford lived that long, he certainly did not die in Bacon's Rebellion. About Antley/Crawford Allied Families I started working on a family tree after my son had a class project in genealogy couple of years ago. What started as simple curosity has become an have been spent in courthouses, graveyards and the internet.

SinceCrawford's Books has been offering new and used books to the Sacramento region. Jim and Joyce Crawford established the store as a general bookstore with an emphasis on mysteries, westerns, romance and military history. As the store flourished, Crawford's moved to.

Publishing History This is a chart to show the publishing history of editions of works about this subject. Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions published. The Crawfords from Venango County, Pennsylvania Author: Crawford, Richard E.

Published: () The William Crawford memorial Published: () Crawford and allied families of Bucks, Montgomery and Washington counties, Pennsylvania. Crawford's Books is on a mission - to send book care packages to US Military Members that are in quarantine due to COVID Please send a book or two, or a box of books to support our troops.

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In I I published "Anderson Family Records" (AFR), a book of pages, giving the descendants of the above Robert, and some early data on the Crawford, Dabney, Longworth, Marshall, Overton, Rogers, Wiggins, Worthington and other families connected with the Andersons.

It would be well to look this over to properly under­. Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Vawter Family in America, with the Allied Families of Branham, Wise, Stribling, Crawford, Lewis, Glover, Moncrief at CRAWFORD: Laurus Crawfurdiana: Memorials of that branch of the Crawford family which comprises the descendants of John Crawford, of Virginia, ; with notices of the allied families.

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39 00 Hardcover - $ USD Softcover - $ USD Quantity Add to Cart. The Crawford family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Crawford families were found in the USA in In there were Crawford families living in Ohio. This was about 15% of all the recorded Crawford's in the USA.

Ohio had the highest population of Crawford families in Traces in the Sand; a History of the Allison and Allied Families of Campbell County, Virginia and Morgan County, Alabama Including the Genealogy of the Allison, Barnes, Cobbs, Echols, Griffin, Henderson, Johnson, Key, Stringer, Walden and Williams Families and Accounts of Family and Community Life in Morgan County, Alabama for Over a Century.

Crawford - Family History: Keyser - Keyser Family History Book 1- pages (May ) Keyser - Keyser Family History Book II Pages Osborne - Early Osbornes And Alleys With Notes on Allied Families Osborne - The Family of George Emmett Osborne, P.

Helen Crawford There's one thing in God's nature world That means a lot to me It symbolizes much of life - It is a lovely tree. With roots so deep in God's rich earth It's not disturbed by weather - Like families with faith in God Who live in peace together. Its trunk, the body strong and firm, Like parents anywhere To guide, control, directs.

The Vawter Family in America, with the Allied Families of Branham, Wise, Stribling, Crawford, Lewis, Glover, Moncrief Book This is a reproduction of a book published before Clan Crawford is a lowland Scottish clan of Scandinavian and Anglo-Saxon origin. Since the early 18th century an erroneous belief was held by some historians that the clan had Norman origins, but this belief has been shown to be false and based on spurious comparisons of the arms of Crawford with those of the Earl of ct: Lanarkshire, Renfrewshire and Ayrshire.

About this Item: Clearfield, United States, Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. This work concentrates upon families with a strong connection to Virginia and Kentucky, most of which are traced forward from the eighteenth, if not the seventeenth, century.

This page is devoted to publishing research about Rubottom and Allied Families. It is possible only because of the sharing of numerous interested researchers from across the United States. I offer my most sincere thanks to everyone who has sent me information.

CRAWFORD Laurus Crawfurdiana: Memorials of that branch of the Crawford family, which comprises the descendants of John Crawford of Virginia,with notices of the allied families, by Robert Leighton Crawford.

This item is special order It is printed on-demand whenever an order is received. Depending on the publisher's. Crawford History, Family Crest & Coats of Arms.

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Origins Available: after the Treaty of Waitangi inmany British families set out on the arduous six month journey from Britain to Aotearoa to start a new life. A History and Genealogy" by William Lusk Crawford, "Byram-Crawford and Allied Families Genealogy" by Eunice Byram Roberts.Bythe British New Zealand Company had begun buying land from the Maori tribes, and selling it to settlers, and, after the Treaty of Waitangi inmany British families set out on the arduous six month journey from Britain to Aotearoa to start a new life.

Early immigrants include: Crawford Settlers in New Zealand in the 19th Century. "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free." (Emma Lazarus) Crawford County, Kansas -- indeed, southeast Kansas -- once personified Emma Lazarus' famous sonnet.

"Often known as "The Little Balkans," Crawford County welco immigrants from 52 different nationalities between and at its peak, 14, miners were.